Which wide receivers separate themselves in a crowded class
It's likely you've already read a lot about this, but this year's wide receiver class is absolutely stacked, with some mocks having 12-14 going in the first three rounds. However, the order that the receivers shake out in is still very up in the air, and the combine could provide some clarity in how the teams view players. Realistically, Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs III, CeeDee Lamb, and even Jalen Reagor all have a shot to be the first wide receiver off the board. The pecking order should begin to take shape at the combine when the four test out. And, as an added bonus, Ruggs has a real shot at breaking the 40 record, which doesn't really mean a ton but is very fun regardless.